Only four episodes in, and 'Fringe's final season has already punched us in the gut with a heartbreaking death that capped off last week's "The Bullet That Saved the World." Sure, we knew that the truncated final season would move at a swift pace to chronicle the battle against the Observers, but we never would have thought a beloved character would fall so early! So before 'Fringe' season 5 picks up again this Friday with "An Origin Story," learn what the cast has to say about the shocking death!
The battle against the Observers takes a heartbreaking toll, as ‘Fringe’ season 5 returns for its fourth episode of the final season, where the team utilizes past Fringe case artifacts to stage a daring heist from a train station, and re-unite with an old friend in a mission that comes with a heavy price.
Last time’s ‘Fringe’ episode “The Recordist” saw the team finding a colony of diseased historians that may have held the key to the first stage in Walter’s plans to defeat the Observers, so how does “The Bullet That Saved the World” keep the final season in motion? How will season 5 of ‘Fringe’ close out the epic saga?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Fringe’ season 5 episode 4, “The Bullet That Saved the World!”
While tonight's all new episode of 'Fringe's' final season "The Bullet That Saved the World" is certainly going to have most fans getting very verklempt, one thing they can only be happy about is the long-awaited return of Broyles! Yes, Lance Reddick will finally make his season 5 debut into the future-fied final season, as the Observers grow ever closer to tracking down the fugitives Peter, Olivia, Walter, Astrid and Etta. But as the final clip from tonight's episode teases, what side is he on?
Due to its 13-episode final season, every 'Fringe' episode from now until the end of the series should be seen as one part of a big 13-hour movie, or so we've been told, but perhaps the series' biggest game-changer will arrive this Friday with "The Bullet That Saved the World." After two weeks without any fresh 'Fringe' we're ready to observe the sci-fi madness, but what about the latest clips has us worried? Is there any doubt the team can defeat the Observer overlords?
It's been two weeks since we've had any of the final season of 'Fringe' to keep us entertained by the battle against the Observers, but no longer! This Friday's "The Bullet That Saved the World" might be the most dramatic hour yet, as Walter, Olivia, Peter, Etta and Astrid continue their quest to assemble a device that rids the world of Observers, with a little help from their old friend Broyles! But what shocking twist does the latest clip tease?
Sure, it doesn't make a whole lot of sense that a TV series would continue releasing trailers three episodes into its 13-episode final run, but we love 'Fringe.' And seeing as how we won't get any new 'Fringe' until next week, we're more than happy to have a fresh new look at the upcoming episode "The Bullet That Saved the World." So what kinds of Observer-laden shenanigans will the 'Fringe' team get into next week?
The battle against the Observers reaches a new ground, as ‘Fringe’ season 5 goes into the wild for its third episode of the final season, where the team finds a colony of diseased historians that may hold the key to the first stage in Walter's plans to defeat the Observers.
Last week’s ‘Fringe’ episode “In Absentia” saw the team returning to infiltrate the old Harvard lab, believing Walter may have left records of his plan to defeat their bald overlords, while Etta soon found herself with a difficult moral choice, so how does “The Recordist” keep the final season in motion? How will season 5 of ‘Fringe’ close out the epic saga?*
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Fringe’ season 5 episode 3, “The Recordist!”
It's distressing to think that just in a few short weeks' time, we will have seen the last of 'Fringe,' at least on television. But all good things must come to and end, and before they do, Walter and the Fringe team will have to complete the battle against the Observers! In order to do that however, the gang will need to find Walter's mysterious tapes, a journey that will likely take them to all corners of the country. So what do the latest clips from "The Recordist" reveal, and why are we getting a 'Lord of the Rings' Vibe?
The battle against the Observers continues, as ‘Fringe’ season 5 travels back to Harvard in its second episode of the final season, as the team returns to infiltrate the old lab, believing Walter may have left records of his plan to defeat their bald overlords, though Etta soon finds herself with a difficult moral choice.
Last week’s ‘Fringe’ premiere “Transilience Thought Unifier Model-11” saw the team struggling to recover Olivia Dunham from amber, before Walter’s capture nearly derailed their entire plan to take back the planet from The Observers, so how does “In Absentia” get the final season in motion? How will season 5 of ‘Fringe’ close out the epic saga?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Fringe’ season 5 episode 2, “In Absentia!”
We've known for awhile now that given its 13-episode run, 'Fringe' season 5 wouldn't have time for the same kind of side-stories and divergences of previous seasons, instead keeping focus through its 2036 narrative of the Fringe team working to defeat the Observers. The team experienced an unexpected hiccup in their plan after last week's season 5 premiere "Transilience Thought Unifier Model-11," but is there a new plan in motion? What strange course of action does the latest promo advise we take?